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394803 tn?1326295603

How early...

I was just wondering how long is it before u start having pregnancy signs...cos i ovulated on 20th and have been having a bad headache the last 2 days and mild cramps in my stomach as well...i know its a little too early to expect anything but im curious when ill know...
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It's hard to tell. Each person is different. I am pregnant with my second now and we were trying so I remember things more clearly. About 4 days after ovulation I had slight blood (only when I wiped). Then about 6 days after ovulation I had mild cramping and sensitivity to smells. I didn't think I could be pregnant because of the cramping and the small amount of blood. I was certain despite my being more sensitive to smells, I was starting my period. Turns out it was normal and many women experience that. I'm 16 weeks pregnant now.

With my first pregnancy, I really had no signs except absence of period and within 6 weeks of the pregnancy, I was experiencing morning sickness.

Each person is different on the timing and the symptoms themselves.

Good Luck to you!
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287246 tn?1318570063
I don't typically start getting symptoms until right around the time my period is due.  But like amyvr said, everyone is different.
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354373 tn?1299184526
I had symptoms at about 2 1/2 weeks...I remember b/c my breasts were so sore and heavy..moreso than with PMS and I tested at 3 1/2 weeks and found I was pregnant (back in Oct.)  So it's possible!  Hope this is ti for you!
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394803 tn?1326295603
Thanks amy, Michele and Kelly......i really hope this is it...
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